The Social Self: Cognitive, Interpersonal, and Intergroup Perspectives

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Scientia Professor of Psychology Joseph P Forgas, Joseph P. Forgas, Kipling D. Williams, Professor of Psychological Sciences Kipling D Williams, PhD
Psychology Press, 2002 - 397 Seiten
What is the nature of the 'self', how do everyday experiences shape it, and how does it influence our thinking, judgements and behaviors? Such questions constitute enduring puzzles in psychology, and are also of critical practical importance for applied domains such as clinical, counseling, educational and organizational psychology. In this book a select group of eminent international researchers survey the most recent advances in research of the self. In particular, they discuss the influence of cognitive and intra-psychic processes (Part 1), interpersonal and relational variables (Part 2), and inter-group phenomena on the self (Part 3).
 

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Introduction and Overview
1
I INDIVIDUAL AND INTRAPSYCHIC
19
Empirical Evidence
38
Are Adjustments from SelfGenerated Anchors
46
The Shifting Standards Model
52
Some Relevant Research
58
Implications and Extensions
65
Affective Influences on SelfPerception and SelfDisclosure
73
The Effects of Social Exclusion
175
ActorObserver
189
The Social Self in Subjective versus Intersubjective
205
The Role of Positive
219
HI INTERGROUP COLLECTIVE AND CULTURAL
253
Prejudice
309
Unique Contributions of Intergroup Emotions Theory
323
Integrative Themes
365

The Cost and
121
SelfSolicitation and the Discounted Self
135
II INTERPERSONAL AND RELATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE SELF
141

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